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sienten optimistas que tendrÁn los votos suficiente para su su aprobaciÓn, segÚn john mccain podrÍan contar con unos 70 votos, necesitan Únicamente 60 pero aun queda mucho por hacer el proyecto de ley es a toda bien el sxhitcomÉ jurÍdico del senado, y a todo bien que los grupos lo hagan y no sea descarrilado, lourdes tiene el informe. ( ♪ mÚsica ♪ ) >>> en un foro de la influyente cÁmara de comercio de estados unidos, los senadores republicanos, john mccain y l o lindsey graham del grupo de los 8 defendieron la seguridad de la reforma migratoria y plantearon sus argumentos para la batalla que se avecina. (hablan en inglÉs) >>> tenemos esperanza y un cuateloso optimismo de que po podremos te naner mÁs de 70 vo n el senado. esto se reunirÁ exponer las enmiendas, tenemos este entendimiento, la cÁmara de comercio y la federaciÓn de sindicatos, negociaron un acuerdo clave para la legislaciÓn. >>> la parte mÁs tenue del p proyecto el corazÓn de la ley son los trabajadores temporales en clquier esfuer rzo poiÓn. podÉis f modificarlo. >>> el actualtrabajadores que necesit
is dysfunctional. john mccain, mccain was going to clean up the system. that bill mccain-feingold create did zero. i believe a lot of it is the race for money. i'm asked constantly on radio shows about members of congress are they good or bad. there are some people that we know since i've got in trouble have gotten in trouble. but the system itself is doomed corruption. anything jack abramoff and i did, i ate sushi with jack abramoff and i went to scotland with jack abramoff. if i'm a lobbyist and you're a congressman today, i give true examples in the book that happened. examples in the book sometimes with names omitted for a reason. you can produce names. if i want to i can take you to alaska. we can hunt. we can have a $3000 to $4000 dinner. ando that and i can raise you $75,000. i can then take you a staffer and may be some of your family, we can have a $2000 or $3000 a dinner. it's all legal. as long as we stand and at the reception and eat. i can have meals. alice fisher in her announcement, see said congressman used fundraiser. everybody on that hill today. i was charged, i pled guilty. gi
in these first two years. >> meanwhile, vice president joe biden made some news for a comment he made to john mccain on friday in an event in arizona. here was the comment and mccain's response on meet the press. >> the economy not collapsed around your ears john, in the middle of literally as things were moving. you at least would have, i think you probably would have won. but it would have been incredibly, incredibly closer. >> i appreciate the fact that my dear friend would say something like that, but i doubt if the outcome would have been a lot different. but i can always hope it might have been. >> so you served as the communications director for the president's '08 campaign. what is your response to that one. >> you guys have to love joe biden. every time he speaks, there's a news story. i would say this. i would disagree with what the vice president said. i think there were two things about that time period -- granted the race was close. but two things in that time period, the picking of sarah palin which i think hurt john mccain even after the initial buzz. and when lee mon collapsed when t
line has been crossed. i have to say that it's worth hearing john mccain, lindsey graham, all of them talking about what has to be done is if they are running the state department. this is a departure and demeanor for the opposition on a foreign policy issue, don't you think, ambassador? >> the fact is that the obama administration redlining was a bad idea. it is a worse idea, it is a credibility to the government itself. but it doesn't mean you have to carry on into another foolish thing. we have had over 70,000 people murdered in the country of mexico. and there hasn't been a peep from the administration about the violence that has raged through mexico. we suddenly have a council of foreign relations drivers who were talking about going to war in syria. can somebody swear that up?is tp breath and say how do we achieve this. we are not sure what to do with their chemical weapons, we do not belong in the middle of another civil war. you know, do not send in the marines. lou: john bolton, k.t. mcfarland, thank you for being here. go to loudobbs.com and get the links for facebook page a
migratoria este aÑo. . >>> por eso no sorprendiÓ ver en la cÁmara de comercio los senadores republicanos john mccain. xol tanned a las dueÑos de la cÁmara de comercio mantener... >>> corremos el riesgo que la economÍa se desamor te, declarÓ el senador el carolina del sur. con una poblaciÓn que envejece aceleradamente la legalizaciÓn de millÓnes de indocumentados re vitalicio ray. >>> y el programa del seguro social y medicare. >>> nos ayudara a nuestra economÍa. nos ayudara a bajar nuestro dÉficit. la propuesta del senado. ya entra en una etapa crucial. estar seguro que habrÁ quienes in ten tienen bloquearlo, saldÁa adelante si se mantiene la alianza entre las empresas y sindicatos. >>> los senadores dijeron que la propuesta de reforma migratoria, es la mejor oportunidad para estados unidos pasar de un sistema caÓtico a uno ordenado en washington, lori montenegro telemundo. >>> en enfoque, hablamos con cecilia muÑoz, sobre la reforma migratoria pero elling el viaje del presidente obama a mÉxico y costa rica. >>> nuestro futuro econÓmico, es un solo futuro. asÍ que, el presiden
. >> i believe it when i see it. >> it's in the bill. >> it's in the bill. >> john mccain told me just that. he said, neil -- and he's from a border state. >> right. that was monday on fox business. anyway, do you think that the president's health care law is not going to cost you? think again. don't take my word for it. listen to the doctor. this doctor using telemedical and mobile technologies, verizon innovators are connecting trauma surgeons to patients in the field. helping them get the attention they need, before they even reach the hospital. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. he >> live from america's news headquarters, i'm heather. an iranian scientist held by the united states since late 2011 has now returned home to iran. he's a microchip expert and he was in custody on allegations that he bought high-tech equipment in violation of u.s. sanctions against iran. he says u.s. authorities treated him, quote, generally well. the u.s. has a history of an occasional arrest and release of iranian citizens on similar charge
. >> john mccain told me just that. he said, neil -- and he's from a border state. >> right. that was monday on fox business. anyway, do you think tha the president's health care law is not going to cost you? think again. don't take my word for it. listen tow back to cavuto. >> you'll have to get the money from sewhere else to pay all of this. where do you think that's going to come from? >> more taxes. there are so many hidden taxes in the affordable health care bill, which is a strange name, that we all are going to be paying, you know, initially, just the rich. and then the semi rich. and then the nonrich. >> neil: yeah, that ben carson, talking to me. anyway, dr. ben carson's diagnosis is looking spot on, especially with washington state, among others now looking to put thousands of state workers into these health care exchanges at the expense of taxpayers who are probly getting f.b.i.d off about it because they'll be paying for it, right, dagen? >> absolutely. if you think medicare looks bad, medicare is a walk in the park to what this thing could be in terms of the complexity of it, in
and adventurism abroad wars we have been talking about led to the divisions with those like john mccain, who supports the wars and libertarians like rand paul, who certainly does not. these are fascinating. let's talk about the tax thing. a lot of people forgotten but tea partiers haven't. their own republican president was not vetoing spending bill. >> big-spending republican, new phrase. nobody had ever heard of one of those. but because of the explosion of government after 9/11, number of tax bills, tax cut bills passed, the deficit exploded under bush. and that made the economic wing of the republican party, which had liked its policies up to a point and this other group of folks who worry about debt and deficits, that made them unhappy. >> don't forget prescription drug benefits for seniors. chris: unfunded. republican party used to be a party i was growing up party to easily vote for. wasn't a big deal. they were not hard right. now it's narrowed down because of the bush years, he supported it, if you don't pass must with the evangelicals, pro-life, same sex, in the platform. sent that
of the investigation, but now senator john mccain is suggesting more hearings might be necessary to look at immigration in the light of the boston case. >> maybe it's part of immigration overall -- overall immigration reform. we should look at the process at who's allowed into this country under what circumstances. what is their situation and background? particularly from countries that have histories such as chechnya and others where there's been significant influence of radical islamic extremism. >> so this morning three men are in federal custody. they are not accused of having anything to do with the actual bombing. two are accused of tampering with evidence. robel phillipos is accused of lying to investigators. prosecutors say they took their friend dzhokhar tsarnaev's backpack and threw it in the garbage. the backpack was filled with empty fireworks tubes. two of the suspects are from kazakhstan, here on student visas. a key question becomes, does the student visa need to be part of immigration overall, or is it a matter of enforcing what's already on the books? good morning, gentlemen. >> good m
want to play a little bit of sound from john mccain, who has been a leader on immigration, who has done a lot of work back home in his home state of arizona, to dispel rumors and fear-mongering theories about what immigrants and illegal undocumented workers are getting here in the united states. this is him on fox talking about immigration and the marathon boston bombing. >> maybe it's part of overall immigration reform, we should look at the process of who is allowed into this country under what circumstances. what is their situation and background. particularly from countries that have histories such as, as dagestan and chechnya and others where there's been significant influence of radical islamic extremism. >> i hear this and i'm worried. this is kind of, this backlash i think a lot of us thought might be coming, which is -- maybe it's time to start dictating which countries are allowed into this country and which countries aren't. >> which doesn't make sense, ultimately as immigration policy. it's sad that the timing of the events, the boston bombing as well as the sort of skittish
. you won't believe what he had to say at a special event for senator john mccain. >> one of the most dedicated, hard working, likeable, frustrating individuals. -- that i have ever known. no matter what the hell he says about me, i still like him we're here! we're going to the park! [ gina ] oh hey, dan! i really like your new jetta! and you want to buy one like mine because it's so safe, right? yeah... yeah... i know what you've heard -- iihs top safety pick for $159 a month -- but, i wish it was more dangerous, like a monster truck or dune buggy! you can't have the same car as me! [ male announcer ] now everyone's going to want one. let's get a jetta. [ male announcer ] volkswagen springtoberfest is here and there's no better time to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease one of four volkswagen models for under $200 a month. visit vwdealer.com today. >> rick: thanks for spending part of your saturday with us. vice president says that he believes senator john mccain would have squeaked out a victory against president obama in 2008 if the economy hadn't
feedback for voting on something that is contrary to nra principles. >> john mccain got i think 19 roses or something like that from a mother thanking him for the vote, a victim of the gabrielle giffords shooting. thanking him for his vote. poll numbers are more important than roses to these people. the only bit of caution i would have is the percentage of people less likely to vote. the conventional wisdom has always been that those people are much more active politically. much more inclined to vote on the gun issue specifically, than the people who are pro gun control, who are more likely to vote. so we have to see if that intensity is a momentary thing, just because the drama of the gun debate hasn't worn off or if it can be prolonged. we have a lot of time until the next election. if they bring this back up it will create a whole other set of issues. >> they have to turn that on their head if they want to get this bill passed. >> so two things are happening in addition to the feedback that these guys are getting at the state level, nia. is biden has announced a renewed push to take t
statesmen, i have to agree with some statesmen that i don't usually agree with, senator john mccain, john boehner, lindsey graham, long list of republicans who have come out and said the exact opposite, that this situation in boston actually makes it even more important for us to move quicker on this immigration reform. we don't want to have 11 million people out there that we don't know who they are, that they aren't registered in the system. we want them to be brought into the light, out of the shadows, register them, pay their back taxes, get background checks. that makes us safer. so i agree with those republicans statesmen for the first time probably. >> gregg: brad, jehmu just said our borders have never been as secure as it is now. but i looked at the government accountability office report. a scant 44% of the southwest border is under operational control and only 15% is airtight. that's not good enough, is it? >> it is not good enough. when janet napolitano testified, she couldn't give a metric of what she even considered to be success in a secure border. how is that possible? she
parte de la propuesta de reforma migratoria.. cesar ---los senadores "john mccain" y "lindsey graham" urgieron a que el congreso apruebe el proyecto de reforma migratoria cuanto antes pues si no lo aprueban estados unidos podria quedar atrapado en una trampa economica... take vo ---"todo lo que no sea aprobarla supondra un error... corremos el riesgo de que la economa se desmorone", afirm graham... ---por su parte el presidente de la cmara de comercio del pais , tom donohue, dijo que la reforma migratoria es un asunto de "imperiosa necesidad" "si las empresas no logran los trabajadores necesarios aqu, debern irse a otras partes del mundo a buscarlos", afirm. stop open topvo ---esta noche, la policia de pittsburg continua buscando a un hombre blanco de al menos 30 aÑos de edad que intent raptar a una niÑa de dos aÑos ---la madre de la pequeÑa dice que el sospechoso se llev a la menor del patio de la casa de la familia en la calle "snow flake way" y ech a correr ---el sujeto liber a la niÑa luego de escuchar los gritos de la madre quien amenaz con llamar a la policia ---si usted t
situation. as i mentioned, john mccain often the hawk in these discussions. last night on fox, he went further. let's watch senator mccain. >> it's a shameful chapter in american history, and i hope that this new revelation of chemical weapons will move the president to do what he should have done two years ago. from the statement that's coming out of the white house, i'm not sure they will. >> there he is, shameful. what do you expect if the assad government falls in the next several months? or within the year? say. who wins? i was told today that we and our allies are prepared to spend $1 billion on this program going forward. and the idea is to train up, you know, hundreds of people every month and flow them into syria so you begin to have some framework. >> are they our people? >> these are people we're working with. >> vetted. >> we're working with a moderate general who the u.s. has -- >> are you confident as an analyst you think we could actually win this war? have the right side win? >> chris, i think the best outcome here is a negotiated settlement, but that requires russia to
florida, john mccain arizona, lindsey graham, south carolina, the democrats are dick durbin illinois, robert mendez new jersey, chuck schumer new york and michael bennett colorado and i think schumer is the head of this group. >> yes, he is. >> go ahead. >> well, senator schumer and mccain met with reporters last week, and basically mccain said if they pass this bill republic the republicans back on the playing field where they can compete. you can't compete in a country where the hispanics are going to be the majority of some states. so there is political incentive on the republicans side. americans for tax reform did a poll among republicans only. two-thirds of republicans support this bill as it's described. you call it amnesty. i don't call it amnesty if you have to pay back taxes, pay some pretty hefty fees and it's 13 years before you can become citizen. but this does legalize people, gets them out of the shadows, and strengthens our defenses, frankly, if you know who is in the country as opposed to just having people in the shadows. and i would say call them undocumented immig
administration would want will be impossible. >> let's go to the american situation. as i mentioned john mccain, often the hawk in these discussions, said it's obvious the president's red line on syria has been crossed. last night on fox he went further. let's watch senator mccain. >> this is a shameful chapter in american history and i hope that this new revelation of chemical weapons will move the president to do what he should have done two years ago. from the statement that's coming out 0 of the white house, i'm not sure they will. >> there he is, shameful. what did we expect if the assad government falls in the next several months or within the year, say? who wins? >> one of the issues that the administration has been most focused on is this day after issue because assad will not continue to rule syria for much longer. the administration finally in the last week has in place a program to build a strong command and control within the opposition. i was told today we and our allies are prepared to spend $1 billion on this program going forward. and the idea is to train up, you know, hundreds
attack. >>> dana, let's listen to john mccain on "meet the press" today. here he is. >> first of all, american peopler weary. they don't want boots on the ground. i don't want boots on the ground. i do want to give them 9 assistance which would give them a dramatic shift in the balance of power in syria. but we have to, as an international group plan and be ready operationally, not just plan, but to go in and secure those areas. >> this on the heels of the reports that syria has possibly used chemical weapons gets its own people. a red line the president called that. what are you hearing? >> that is a very measured john mccain, not beating the war drum. the obam administration is in a strange position. it's almost like they're dealing with a child. make they dipped their toe across it and used the weapons in a small way, so everybody is a bit befuddled. it doesn't call for an obvious response, but you have to do something since they have deliberately defied what they laid out there. >> erin, the president did say, crossing that red line, do you get a sense of what that actually means
that it is it a political attack. >> bret: senator john mccain willob the record with gret tato talk about this and others. next up. president obama goes south of the border to push immigration reform. >> i am optmistic about us getting it done and it is the right thing to do. we've seen leaders from both parties indicate that now is the time to get comprehensive immigration reform done. the bill that senator rubio and others put forward, i think it is a great place to start. it doesn't contain everything i want. what i am not going to do is go along with somethig where we are looking for an excuse not to do as oppose as a way to do it. >> president obama in mexico city talking about immigration reform. that is front and center next yeek. back with the panel. mara, where do you think we stand and the bill of the gang of eight stands. >> i think the bill is resilient and there are head wind and big pockets of republican recestance. but i am impressed by the depth of the coalition behind it. business community and conservative activist and entire republican establishment and marco rubio and i think it is ch
of proof held less sway with john mccain. >> our actions should not be dictated on by whether bashar al assad used these chemical weapons or not. first of all. sooner or later he most likely would. >> mccain's somewhat cavalierer attitude toward wmds may sound strange coming after america's misadventure in iraq, but some lessons have been learned, mainly an aversion to boots on the ground. >> boots on the ground. >> boots on the ground. >> the worst thing the american, the united states can do right now is put boots on the ground. >> if troops are out, what remains? back in february, syria's humanitarian crisis led the u.s. to announce $60 million in nonlethal aid. while signing off on qatari and saudi arabian arms shipments to rebels. many rebel groups have direct ties to al qaeda and the increasingly islamist dominance in the opposition have left the administration few good options in a country that's seen over 70,000 people killed since the start of the 2011 uprising. consensus seems to dictate that something be done. an administration that spent its first term focused on winding dow
john mccain last week by explaining exactly how these background checks work. >> you say i want to buy that shotgun. or i want to buy that ar-15 or i want to buy whatever it is. that glock .9. what happens is, the clerk picks up a phone, there is an automatic dial number, gets either the fbi -- and so they say, i've got joe biden here. he lives at such-and-such. gives my address. and says i'm a u.s. citizen. and i assert he's never -- asserts he's not disqualified from owning a gun. it doesn't say what kind of gun i want to buy. it doesn't give the registration number, serial number. it doesn't do anything. and within three minutes, 93% of the time, it comes back and says, accept or reject. it doesn't say don't sell him a gun because he has been adjudicated mentally incompetent. don't sell him a gun because he's a convicted felon. it just says that's it. and that outfit in west virginia has to tear up the request. they can't even keep for 24 hours the fact that somebody called and asked about a guy, biden, can he buy a gun. >> the annual national rifle association convention is in hous
at the time that he enrolled as a student in the estate's. >> arizona g-o-p senator john mccain fielded questions in his home state. while mccain supported the bill, he says there's a rights. vote later in this congress. for expanded background assault weapons. election is still in the of the united states." comment. information about hillary aspirations, but says clinton's the most qualified potential nominee. named after the couple. information about aliens. alaska says, the white house helping in the coverup. advocacy group recently paid encounters. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. why do i have to put on a c'mon bsweater?ms up. 'cause we are going out to brunch. why? because it's mother's day and on mother's day sometimes you have to wear things that you don't like to wear. n
questioned defense secretary nominee chuck hagel's financial disclosures, john mccain gave cruz a scolding. mccain went on to call crews a wacko bird. >> jon: oh, no, you didn't. did you not call someone a wacko bird because that is a weird insult. and nobody really knows what that means. i mean you're not a sixth grader. so what did cruz say to hagel? to get slapped with the wacko bird label. >> i don't know if mr. hagel has received funds directly or indirectly from foreign sources. it is at a minimum relevant to know if that $200,000 that he deposited in his bank account came directly from saudi arabia, came directly from north korea. we don't know what it was. it may be that he spoke at radical or extreme groups or anti-israel groups and accepted financial compensation. we don't know. >> jon: he might [bleep]. i don't know. the a hearing with a colleague of many of the other people on this panel who think... i don't know. does he? he? here's the thing. does he have a puppy? so cruz is not a wacko bird. he's just a "take things out of context to create a false impression of guilt" bird.
's having more success than others. lindsey graham or john mccain are not seen as real thorough-going conservative there would be no chance for this. rubio has a relationship with conservatives, but when the fascial review calls it rubio's folley very important among conserve tifts and theb -- conservatives. that's one more hurdle he's got to get over. for rubio says that in the process of having this go through the senate, people who have concerns will be able to have those concerns addressed. that is -- well, that remains to be seen. sometimes bills can fall apart once they go through the senate and get picked apart. >> all right, john dickerson if walk. thanks, john. >>> now to the economy and a high flying week for the stockmarket. the dow industrials topped 15,000 on friday before dipping just below that mark still a record close t. market's gain was drimps i driven in large part on good news on the jobs front. unemployment fell a tenth of a percentage point in april to 7.5% as employers added 165,000 jobs. joining us with more is yahoo finance h
committee, arizona republican john mccain. >>> then the terror debate after boston. should more have been done to track the suspects when red flags were raised? a debate between republican congressman peter king of the intelligence and homeland security committee, and democratic congressman of minnesota, keith ellison. >>> also this morning, perspective on the threats testing the president, from former british prime minister tony blair. and our roundtable this morning includes democratic senator amy klobuchar as the group reflects on the bush library dedication this week and reacts to the president's big saturday night with washington journalists. >>> and good sunday morning. washington is bleary-eyed after what's come to be known as nerd prom in our nation's capital where politicians, celebrities, journalists, all mingle for a night of bipartisan fun. the president finding way to poke fun at washington's disarray. >> i know republicans are still sorting out what happened in 2012, but one thing they all agree on is they need to do a better job reaching out to minorities. call me self-cent
house correspondence dinner. it's sad to think that john mccain was the ruthless of the party. sarah palin is still the g.o.p.'s flava-flav. i don't want to bad mouth lady blah-blah, but she was the first to use the word "ass" on the same tweet, and i feel like one knowing that. thewhcd was pathetic. the rest of america is out there working their asses off while the whcd ass clowns throw a nerd prom. it's not cool. i deeply resent her reference to ass clowns and i worked as one and i got my degree from ass clown college. when i got fired from footlocker i totally bat mouthed them. but the more defensive word in her tweet is not ass but "our." you don't like work. here's the thing sarah, i know you're watching because it's current. people on the left and the right are both getting you all wrong. first the conservatives act all mad at you because you keep bad mouthing the g.o.p. establishment. i don't know why you want to bad mouth them. they don't appreciate what you do for the g.o.p. what j jjbinks did for "star wars" one. and of course the liberals, they don't get you and they never
't matter. the warmongers in congress, lindsey graham, john mccain, this is middle season hypocritical stuff. depleted rain yum was used in iraq napalm, agent orange in vietnam. they don't care about that. they are looking for a reason to push us to war. >> didn't we use white phosphorous in iraq? >> we did birth defects are higher from that in hiroshima ma and nag sack key in japan. i'm tempted to go. i'm playing the more conservative role here, i guess. i think the message we send is important, and i think is a good message, that you shouldn't use chemical biological or nuclear weapons. sadaam didn't have those. iraq, to go in was insanity. if he had used them and we went in right after i get it, right? he didn't even have them, let alone use them. that doesn't necessarily mean we shouldn't go to syria. if we don't don't we send a message have at it? >> what does go mean? >> something has to be done. something has to be done for the humanitarian crisis. we need a complicated long discussion, you know, it's a very serious issue with the red line. cenk: i'm boiling it down to one sentence yo
is not familiar with it lawmakers like senator john mccain are. >> we are being told that these people are being intimidated, they are being told that it would be the end of their career if they come forward. and that's why we need to give them immunity. that's why we need a congressional investigation. the administration has lost its credibility. >> charles? >> he hadn't heard about it it? nobody in the white house has heard about it? nobody at the white house has access to fox news? this is slightly incredible. it's rather weak response for the president. he knew he was going to be calling on ed henry as the first question because of his role in the white house, the correspondence association. he knew that fox or at least his staff knew that fox had broken the story, spent a lot of effort on this story and time on the story last night. and he pretends he never heard of it? call me skeptical. >> bret: kristen. >> i think it's possible he has heard of it because i don't think the white house has taken the benghazi story all that seriously. they may have also not told the president about it becau
for the background checks, even though john mccain, he fellow senator, d did. >> you know, jeff flake is looking at several different potential votes in what's his first term in the senate. he faced immigration, he faced this gun vote. for him it became too much to take all these controversial votes. he's felt under personal pressure also, because he has a personal friendship with congresswoman giffords. that's been a difficult position for him to be in. >> difficult and emotional votes, some may be paying the price politically. thank you very much. >>> and primary voters meanwhile, in massachusetts have chomp the candidates to compete for john kerry's senate seat. ed markey easily defeated steven lynch, while republicans chose a political newcomer gabrielle gomez, a former navy s.e.a.l. and the son of colombian immigrants. they both spoke after their victories. >> just as i have done as a congressman, i will stand up in the united states senate and be a strong passionate voice for working families across our state. >> i have a lot of experience, and i think congressman markie has a lot of polit
handled differently. the mastermind is walking in libya free and we know who he is. john mccain says any government employee should be able to come forward and provide information. >> we don't know enough about the individuals. we have had to use a silhouette. it is outrageous because people should be able to come forward and tell what happened. >> other law americas sent a letter to the president requesting the names of the benghazi attack survivors. they have scheduled a house hearing into the attack next week. >>> elizabeth prann in washington. we will hear more. >> charles krauthammer is reacting to those comments made by jay carney. here's his look at benghazi. >> benghazi happened a long time ago. they have stone walled every inquiry delayed answers and not released names and told all kinds of stories. they are saying well it's an old story. i have argued from the beginning the administration has been string it out over time and count on the mainstream media to be uninterested in this story. it echos what hillary clinton said, what difference does it make at this point. well, becau
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, and that's what people like limiteds as i gram and john mccain are trying to affect is war in iran. they don't care about syria what they want is iran. cenk: i want to move on to one other topic guantanamo. i want to give you some numbers about that. we've got about 100 people doing a hunger strike there about 86 people slated for release but are not being released. they should be free to go, but we won't let them go. we've got 46 people in a category where we say we are never going to try them and we are neve going to release them. we will indefinitely retain them without ever giving them a trial. i'm going to use harsh language here, but that sounds like guantanamo gulag. what should president obama do? >> do a lot more than just throw his rhetoric out like he did the other day. i was stunned at the statements he made, because most of the statements he made are things that he has indeed created himself. the first thing i would do is let those people go who have been judged by everyone, the military included, as not being guilty of anything, let them go. with the 50 or so people w
was george bush. you look at john mccain, who has had a variety of positions over the years but effectively is a nuanced and informed position on immigration. you get these people along the border and many folks along the border, not everybody but many political folks along the border in states like texas understand that the immigration issue is much more difficult and nuanced. there are family connections. there are economic connections. so you have in most cases not in the case of cruz, but in the case of many of these candidates the greater recognition of the value of immigration. withexcept oh foes the birthers and zenephobes, then you have a much more nuanced view of what immigration means. if one side is arguing a detailed, complex argument that's based on heart, on the economy, and on politics, and the other side is baseically arguing a bumper sticker the bumper sticker often wins. >> michael: yeah, i would say it almost always wins. i can't think of a time when the bumper sticker lost. rubio said there was no house support for immigration. john mccain said he thinks it can pass the
senator kelly ayotte was not the only senator to be held in account for her vote. senator john mccain, who split with his party on this, voted for background checks, he had a town hall meeting, too, and a former aide to gabby giffords wounded in the same mass shooting in tucson that almost killed the congresswoman, she showed up directly to speak to senator mccain. >> i would like to thank you very much for your vote. >> that was pam simon, former aide to congresswoman gabby giffords and former family violence survivor. they were not made unanimously. [ lane ] are you growing old waiting for your wrinkle cream to work? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula. to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena®. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. and don't get heartburn in the first place!
and hyde on this issue. john mccain has jumped back and forth on this issue. .. weighs a president obama who did make specific statements and i will tell you that i was on that campaign and i said to john mccain you know john they want to hear a timeline. they want to hear you commit to doing it within a year. and he said to me i can't because we can't bring it up until we know that it's going to pass but i'm not going to make an anti-promise. on the other side anti-promises were made. he has called him on it for the last four years to his credit and his courage. he put the cause and the community above party. and so, i think you know you were judging john mccain way too harshly and why should we believe him now? because he does not have to do it, tavis because he's not running for president ever again. he is doing it because he's a senator from arizona and he cares about this country and he realizes what's going on in his state and his country and because he wants -- >> let me offer the other side so you know i am fair and balanced in this proposition. i feel the same way about presiden
to not be so. these are the p.o.w. bracelet's. that is listening commander john mccain. -- lieutenant commander john mccain. came back, weirst had dinners for the first ones to arrive back. presencee wonderful they would give me. some brought me the tin cups or a package of cigarettes. stories, you cannot believe what they went through. unbelievable. youhought to yourself, wondered if you would be in the same spot, if you could withstand that. i do not know. >> let's go on to the inauguration. the 25th -- 1981, you remember what you felt like standing there? >> an emotional moment for me. it was like we got married. i remember very little. when the even remember man said i pronounced him man and wife. i wish we could run it all over again. can we do it all over again? theo you feel the sense of rain is being passed on when you are standing there -- the rain is being passed on when you are standing there? >> i do not think it hits you until after the parade and you walked into the white house for the first time an entity. -- and then it hits you. >> what kind of things would he talk about? at th
i saw was yesterday. john mccain in a town hall and a survivor of the tucson shooting came up and gave him 19 roses and said here are 19 roses with 13 people injured and six people killed in that shooting. >> we have seen the polls and what happened to jeff flake in that same state. >> those finding themselves in an awkward situation because of a vote on this, a reminder you are there in washington to serve the american people and not yourself. ayotte is losing ratings in her state. take a look at this. according to public policy polling, 52% of voters in north carolina say they are more likely to reelect senator kay hagan next year because she voted in favor of the measure. 44% said the same of senator mary landrieu is louisiana. in arizona for senator john mccain one of just four republicans to support background checks, he was reportedly met with a loud applause at a town hall after a voter thanked him for his vote. later, he was given 19 roses. one for each person wounded or killed in the tucson shooting that targeted then congresswoman gabby giffords. nra rally will draw
of the benghazi attack, and they are going straight to president obama. senator john mccain is leading the charge, along with senators lindsey graham and kelly ayotte. joining us senator john mccain. good evening, sir. >> good evening. >> you sent a letter directly to the president. you want to know the names of the witnesses, i assume you mean the people on the ground in benghazi. it went out, i think, yesterday. have you heard anything back from the white house? >> no, we haven't, greta. it was interesting, mr. carney saying that no information has been withheld from the congress and the american people. we don't even know the names of the people who were evacuated from the consulate and taken to germany and should have been debriefed immediately and then any illusion about what kind of attack that was, what caused it, would have been dispensed with, and the -- then ambassador rice wouldn't have had to go on national television and say that this was a spontaneous demonstration sparked by a hateful video. as mr. carney said, it's been a long time. yes, it's been a long time, and we still haven't
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